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Connector System Uses a Microsite

July 24, 2008 10:15 am | Comments

Utilizing a dedicated microsite, FCI’s HCI Power Distribution Connector System has contacts that accommodate over 82 A based on a 30°C temperature rise with zero airflow. The modularly-tooled design contains a molded-in guidance

DC/DC Converters Deliver up to 30 A

July 23, 2008 11:10 am | Comments

Delivering up to 30 A, the FPMR05T and FPLR05T DC/DC converters from FDK, are part of an addition of products expanding the Senpai Series of non-isolated point of load (POL) converters. The SIP converters operate from

SMT Fuse Provides High Operating Temperature

July 23, 2008 10:54 am | Comments

Providing protection at working temperatures from -55ºC up to 150ºC without nuisance tripping, the 437 Series from Littlefuse is a 1206-size surface-mount fuse that has the ablility to respond to overcurrents caused by


Oscillators Achieve High Accuracy

July 23, 2008 10:16 am | Comments

Offering accuracy at 99.910%, Linear Technology’s LTC6930 Series of precision silicon micropower oscillators operate in fixed frequencies from 32.768 kHz to 8.192 MHz with maximum frequency error of less than

6U SBC Operates at 2.16 GHz

July 23, 2008 7:56 am | Comments

Performing at 1.50 or 2.16 GHz, Dynatem’s CPD CompactPCI/PICMG 2.16 6U SBC comes with the Intel low-power L7400 or T7400 Core2 Duo processor with BGA-based components. The device uses the E7520 Memory Control Hub and 6300ESB I/O Controller Hub for 2- or 4-GB DDR2-400 memory and support for PCIe, ECC and PCI-X expansion. The computer utilizes 4 on-board Gb Ethernet ports, 2 from the front panel and 2 PICMG 2.16-compliant ports

Sensor ICs Offer Low Linearity

July 23, 2008 6:55 am | Comments

Exhibiting a typical nonlinearity of ±0.4% from -20°C to 80°C, Seiko Instruments’ S-58LM20A Series of temperature sensor ICs yield a typical linear output voltage of -11.77 mV/°C. The Pb-free devices offer ±2.50°C accuracy against temperature in the temperature range from -55°C to 130°C and consist of a temperature

Test Points Accommodate PCBs

July 22, 2008 1:10 pm | Comments

Targeting 0.062” thick mountable PCBs, Components Corporation’s TP-104, TP-105, and TP-106 Series of color-coded test points are made of phosphor #510 alloy and 100% matte tin over nickel underplate with a 15% glass-filled polyester collar. The loop-style TP-104 Series and oval-loop style TP-106 Series have 0.063” mounting holes, are precut to any of 30 positions, and offered on breakaway strips with 0.125” centers. The TP-105

Power Supplies Target Rugged Environments

July 22, 2008 11:40 am | Comments

Meeting IEC 61373 Categories 1 A or B shock and vibration standards, EN 60950 and related standards, and EN 50155 Class B EMI standards, Absopulse Electronics’ HBC 5KC Series of fan-cooled AC/DC power supplies yield 5 kW of output power in heavy-duty industrial environments. The 291 × 57 × 457-mm devices have ratings for


Plug-In Cards Offer Broad Support For Switching

July 22, 2008 8:57 am | Keithley Instruments | Comments

Offering broader support for switching configurations the Model 3724 Dual 1X30 Solid State FET Relay Multiplexer Card and the Model 3750 Multifunction I/O card from Keithley Instruments, are the addition of plug-in cards for the Series 3700 System Switch/Multimeter and

Benchtop Controllers Are Small In Size

July 22, 2008 8:35 am | Comments

Designed and Manufactured by Omega, the CSi32 Series is a series of miniature benchtop controllers and is the lastest to be built aroung the iSeries controllers. The controllers made witha metal enclosure feature a 4-digit display, full autotune heat-cool control, single ramp and soak capability, as well as

DC-DC Converters Exhibit 3,000-VDC I/O Isolation

July 22, 2008 7:50 am | Comments

Yielding I/O isolation from 1,600 to 3,000 VDC, Aimtec’s AM3G-Z Series of single and dual output DC-DC converters have output ranges of 3.3, 5, 12, and 15 VDC and output power choices of 1, 2, or 3 W. The 22 × 9.5 × 12-mm SIP8-packaged devices have 2:1 input ranges from 9 to 18 VDC, 18 to 36 VDC, and 36 to 72 VDC with

Pocket-Sized USB Datalogger Tracks Temperatures

July 22, 2008 5:12 am | Comments

Providing both a USB output for data readout and an onboard numeric LCD for real-time monitoring, the OM-Microlite portable data logger from Omega Engineering records temperature over time for applications such as the warehousing and transport of sensitive materials or employee exposure management in industrial environments.

MOSFET Chipset Otimized for High Frequency, High Efficiency DC/DC Applications

July 18, 2008 10:59 am | International Rectifier | Comments

International Rectifier introduced a 25 V synchronous buck converter DirectFET MOSFET chipset for point-of-load (POL) converter designs, and server, high-end desktop and notebook computer applications. The chipset combines the company's latest generation HEXFET MOSFET silicon and benchmark DirectFET packaging technology to provide a high


Male Connectors Simulate Females

July 18, 2008 8:15 am | Comments

Using designs to simulate 0.062” (1.580-mm) thick daughtercards, Sullins Connector Solution’s male edgecard connector series come with phosphor bronze gold-plated contact fingers that are standardized with 10 or 30 µ” overall gold over 50µ” nickel. Tail options for the RoHS-compliant devices include 100 µ” pure tin or 5 µ” gold in lengths ranging from 0.100” (2.54 mm) to 0.560” (14.220 mm) with

IP Core Watermark Technology Protects Chip Designs

July 18, 2008 4:57 am | Comments

Addressing the rapidly-growing international trade in stolen IP, counterfeit chips, and cloned designs, Algotronix has launched DesignTag, a novel concept in tagging using a small low-cost IP core that can be included into an FPGA design or built into a semiconductor. It allows ownership of the design to be positively established and helps in the fight against piracy and fraud. DesignTag is a digital core coded with a customer-specific "signature" that can be identified externally from a working device without needing to read the FPGA bitstream or decapsulate the chip.


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